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Expansys offering refurbished Nexus 4 with free bumper case from $157 including shipping

Expansys offering refurbished Nexus 4 with free bumper case from $157 including shipping

Expansys Australia has some pretty cheap prices on officially refurbished LG Nexus 4 phones at the moment. You can choose from the 8GB or 16 GB models and they also come with a free bumper case. The 8GB version costs $139, while the 16GB version costs $154. Both phones incur shipping costs of $18 with DHL or $22 shipping with Toll. Both phones come with a free bumper case, but you’re after a panda Nexus (the white model), you’re out of luck – it’s all black. Expansys says the phones have been factory refurbished & quality checked, come in a[Read More...]

by 12:43 PM on October 29, 2014 5 comments Deal, Phones
LG G3 to get Lollipop update by the end of this year (hopefully)

LG G3 to get Lollipop update by the end of this year (hopefully)

LG Germany’s facebook page has recently announced that the LG G3 will get an Android 5.0 Lollipop update at some point in the fourth quarter of the year which hopefully means we will see it before the end of this year. We would like to inform you herewith that there is a 5.0 upgrade for the LG Lollipop G3 will be released in the fourth quarter of 2014. Android. The upgrade package for the LG G2 will follow. As always these updates will roll out in stages and will usually roll out to unlocked devices first, followed by carrier-specific models[Read More...]

by 8:30 AM on October 28, 2014 2 comments Manufacturer, News, Phones
LG unveils their new Processor – Nuclun – an Octa-Core processor with Cat 6 LTE support

LG unveils their new Processor – Nuclun – an Octa-Core processor with Cat 6 LTE support

LG has had a pretty close relationship with Qualcomm recently, their last three high-end G Series phones were all powered by Snapdragon processors. But that could soon be a thing of the past, with LG today announcing their first first mobile application processor (AP) – NUCLUN. Pronounced NOO-klun, the processor is a big.LITTLE ARM based Octa-Core processor with four Cortex-A15 1.5GHz cores and four Cortex-A7 1.2GHz cores. The processor will also be fully functional on CAT 6 LTE networks, offering maximum download speeds of 225Mbps, as well as being backwards compatible with older LTE networks. While we won’t be seeing[Read More...]

by 1:48 PM on October 24, 2014 0 comments News
New update rolling out to LG G Watch bringing updated music cards and Bluetooth headset support

New update rolling out to LG G Watch bringing updated music cards and Bluetooth headset support

Google announced back in September that they would be rolling out a new update to the Android Wear platform that would bring some brand new features. According to reddit users, an update has begun hitting the LG G Watch, which brings at least a couple of the features promised. The new update, 4.4W.2 (Build KNX01Q) updates the G Watch from 4.4W.1 (Build KGW42Q). The update brings a new set of Music cards, as well as a new control interface and ability to Play Music from the menu, which you can see in the pictures below. Users who’ve received the update[Read More...]

by 8:14 PM on October 21, 2014 4 comments Android Wear, OS Update
LG L Fino listed on LG Australia website – coming soon for $199

LG L Fino listed on LG Australia website – coming soon for $199

It seems that LG has added a number of new handsets to their site in time for the upcoming Christmas season, with a new L-Series phone, the L Fino handset appearing on the site. The phone is listed as ‘Coming Soon’ to a range of retailers, where it will sell for a Recommended Retail Price of $199. The L-Series handsets are lower end, featuring only a 3G radio, however the L Fino takes on design stylings from the higher-end LG G3. The handset also gets some of the higher end software features of the higher end phones, including Knock Code[Read More...]

by 8:00 AM on October 15, 2014 0 comments Manufacturer, Phones
Low-end Dual-SIM 3G LG L20 arrives on LG website – in-stores for $99

Low-end Dual-SIM 3G LG L20 arrives on LG website – in-stores for $99

LG is set to announce a new handset in their low-cost L-series range of 3G phones shortly, with the LG L20 appearing on their website. The phone is set to launch at $99 from retailers AllPhones and Harvey Norman. For those not familiar with the LG range, the LG L-Series offer competitively priced 3G handsets with some of their latest software enhancements included. The enhancements include options like Knock-Code which allows users to set a knock pattern to unlock their phone as opposed to the swipe code or pin-code options normally available on Android. The specs are pretty far from[Read More...]

by 9:00 AM on October 14, 2014 1 comment Manufacturer, Phones
4G compatible LG Optimus F3 on-sale at Coles for $119 from Wednesday 15th October

4G compatible LG Optimus F3 on-sale at Coles for $119 from Wednesday 15th October

4G phones are getting cheaper by the day. The budget 4G F-Series of Optimus phones from LG are among the first to drop below the $120 mark this Wednesday, when Coles begins selling the handset for just $119. Launched in Australia last November, the Optimus F3 is a fairly low-end handset when it comes to specs. Though it does only come with Android 4.1.2, it still features great LG software features like QuickMemo and QSlide as well as Camera software enhancements such as Time Catch Shot and Beauty Shot. Hardware wise, the LG Optimus F3 includes : 4.0″ 480×800 resolution[Read More...]

by 8:00 AM on October 14, 2014 4 comments Manufacturer, Phones
LG brings Music Flow wireless multiroom audio to Australia in October, starting at $249

LG brings Music Flow wireless multiroom audio to Australia in October, starting at $249

LG has entered the Australian wireless multiroom audio market with its Music Flow family of products – network-connected speakers that can stream audio from the Internet, controlled by an app on your Android or iOS phone or tablet. Products will be available at JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, Good Guys and Betta stores from mid-October with speakers starting at $249. With Music Flow, LG joins big name players Sonos and Samsung in the market (along with a few others), and it brings three speaker products (H3, H5 and H7), a sound bar with a subwoofer and a network bridge that brings[Read More...]

by 1:30 PM on October 9, 2014 5 comments Accessories
LG G Watch R arriving in South Korea this week

LG G Watch R arriving in South Korea this week

When LG announced the G Watch R in August at IFA it was said to be arriving in the fourth quarter of 2014. The Wall Street Journal then came across information that suggested that October would be the month of release. Now LG Korea have officially announced via their Korean website that the G Watch R will be officially released there on the 14th of October. Not only have LG announced the date but they have also mentioned the price, 352,000 KRW. This, if directly translated into Australian dollars is around the $370 mark, but expect a little Australia tax[Read More...]

by 9:29 PM on October 7, 2014 3 comments News
Deal – Get an LG G Pad 10.1″ 16GB Tablet for $299 at Bing Lee or $348 at Harvey Norman

Deal – Get an LG G Pad 10.1″ 16GB Tablet for $299 at Bing Lee or $348 at Harvey Norman

UPDATE: Bing Lee have the Black LG G Pad 16GB 10.1-inch for $299 in-store or delivered for an extra $5 flat fee shipping. Harvey Norman have one of their  “Hot Deals” on an LG G Pad 10.1-inch 16GB tablet at the moment where you can pick one up for $348 for a limited time. The original price these tablets were selling for was around $400 which was well above the $249USD they were selling for in the US. At least with this hot deal it brings it down to a more reasonable price for a tablet with low to mid[Read More...]

by 7:43 PM on September 30, 2014 1 comment Deal, Manufacturer, Tablets
Rumour – Next LG smartwatch may work independently from smartphone

Rumour – Next LG smartwatch may work independently from smartphone

The LG G Watch R has not even officially arrived in Australia and rumours of yet another LG smartwatch have surfaced. We have already seen the original LG G Watch as reviewed by Daniel and the Moto 360 is due here in October/November, so it’s a bit of a surprise to see another LG smartwatch possibly on the horizon. FCC documents suggest LG may be working on version three of their smartwatch range which will come with a built-in 3G CDMA radio. If this rumour is correct, it would be in direct competition to the recently released Samsung Gear S[Read More...]

by 5:07 PM on September 27, 2014 3 comments Manufacturer, Rumours, Smartwatch
LG G Watch — Review

LG G Watch — Review

LG is no stranger to smartwatches, having made an early attempt at the market with the LG-GD910. It wasn’t terribly successful, but neither were most smartwatches in those days. When Pebble launched on Kickstarter, the enthusiasm with which the public embraced the project sent a clear signal to OEMs and software makers that smartwatches were finally an idea whose time had come. Earlier this year, Google birthed Android Wear – a wearable-specific version of Android – and LG’s G Watch is one of the first devices to run the new operating system. LG has been a player in Android Wear[Read More...]

by 10:31 AM on September 22, 2014 9 comments Android Wear, Design, Reviews
Android Wear Specs comparison

Android Wear Specs comparison

Android Wear is a new device category, there’s three watches now on the market, with another three about to hit. There’s common hardware to each of the Android Wear watches on the market, but there’s also some differences and we wanted to check out what differences there are and which will suit you spec wise, so we’ve laid them all out in a single table so you can check each of them out and see for yourself. Screen: 1.65″ IPS LCD 1.3″ P-OLED Display 1.63″ Super AMOLED 1.56″ Backlit LCD 1.63″ AMOLED 1.6” Transflective Resolution: 280 x 280 320 x[Read More...]

by 9:00 AM on September 21, 2014 8 comments News